Slovenia Bids Farewell to Old European Currencies as Euro Becomes the Only Legal Tender
Ljubljana, 26 February - While national currencies of twelve EU members cease to be legal tender on 28 February, Slovenes who find a D-mark, schilling or lira at home will be able to exchange them in Slovene banks by the end of June. Banks have recorded an overwhelming influx of foreign currency in the last months of 2001, far exceeding expectations of the Bank of Slovenia.
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